|Rag Radio 2012-06-01 - Singer/Songwriter & Peace Activist David Rovics - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
David Rovics is an American indie singer/songwriter and activist for peace and social justice. He lives in Portland, Oregon, and tours regularly on four continents, playing for audiences large and small at cafes, pubs, universities, churches, union halls, and protest rallies. He has shared the stage with a veritable who's who of the Left in two dozen countries, and has had his music featured on Democracy Now!, BBC, Al-Jazeera, and other networks...
Keywords: Rag Radio; David Rovics; Singer/Songwriters; Peace Activists; Thorne Dreyer
|Stephen F. Downs of Project Salam on Repression against Muslims and Peace Activists - Dori Smith|
Talk Nation Radio for October 14, 2010 Stephen F. Downs of Project Salam on Repression against Muslims and Peace Activists: Will the 2010 Midterms Lead to an increase in Repression against Muslims and Peace Activists? Attorney Stephen F. Downs is with Project Salam in Albany, New York. Their new web project is designed to help people understand the magnitude of the problem of U.S. repression against Muslims...
Keywords: Attorney Stephen F. Downs; Project Salam; Repression; Muslims; Peace Activists; Surveillance; FBI tactics; preeptive arrests; New York State; hundreds of Muslims unfairly incarcerated; now peace activists are being targetted
|Rag Radio 2014-08-29 - Former NFL Player David Meggyesy, Author of the Classic, 'Out of Their League' - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
David Meggyesy, author of the classic football memoir, "Out of Their League," is Thorne Dreyer's guest on Rag Radio. We talk about why he quit the NFL at the peak of his career; his 25 years working with the players' union and his role in bringing free agency to the NFL; groups he helped start, including Athletes United for Peace and Jocks for Joynts; the "war games" nature and extreme violence of today's football, including head injuries and brain damage, domestic violence; and the O'Bannon cas...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; David Meggysey; Out of Their League; Pro Football; Sports and Society; Peace Activists; Union Activists; Authors
|Rag Radio 2010-10-26 / Writer and Peace Activist Alice Embree - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Alice Embree was a leader in the 60s New Left, working in civil rights and with SDS in Austin where she was a founder of the underground newspaper The Rag. She also worked with underground newpaper RAT in New York. A pioneer of the women's liberation movement, her essay was included in Robin Morgan's classic feminist anthology, "Sisterhood is Powerful." Alice went to Chile with an exchange program, and worked with the North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA), and later was involved with ...
Keywords: The Rag, Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Alice Embree; Feminists; Sixties; Peace Activists; Underground Press; The Rag Blog; Under the Hood; New Left; Austin; SDS; Journalists; CodePink; The Rag
|OMB Audio: LOCAL EDITION #20 Audio Newscast Series (Aug 15 2014) - dave goodman|
This is number 20 in our continuing "Local Edition" series of newscasts sponsored by Open Media Boston and the WMBR Radio News Department.In this episode, we take a look at peace activists trying to make sense of the carnage in the Middle East. Plus, a controversial bill reducing the amount of time Massachusetts residents have to challenge home foreclosures is amended by Governor Patrick. And the union representing MBTA janitors releases a report on the consequences of looming worker layoffs.Pro...
Keywords: omb; open media boston; wmbr; wmbr cambridge; dave goodman; IBIS Radio; I.B.I.S; peace activists; mbta; seiu 32bj; maapl
|Medea Benjamin, Greece, the U.S., Israel, and the Gaza Flotilla - Dori Smith|
Talk Nation Radio Medea Benjamin, Greece, the U.S., Israel, and the Gaza Flotilla Early release for next week as relevant in breaking news TRT:29:14 Produced by Dori Smith in Storrs, CT Download at Pacificaâs Audioport here or at Radio4all.net and Archive.org An activist for 30 years, Medea Benjamin is winner of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Peace Prize from the Fellowship of Reconciliation. She is also an author and former economist and nutritionist with the United Nations and World Health Organ...
Keywords: Medea Benjamin in Athens; Greece July 7th and 8th 2011, USBOATTOGAZA, Greek authorities confiscated US boat, activists review their actions, media coverage of Gaza flotilla generally positive, Israel now looks bad after poor judgement in describing the mission, these are after all peace activists
|Insight: Mustang Airport / Cost of War / Restaurant View / Abraham Verghese|
Mustang Airport - Should a small airport next to a preserve famous for its birds be allowed to grow? Today on Insight, we'll hear the pros and cons of expanding Mustang Airport near the Cosumnes River. Cost of War - Two Israeli citizens - a Jew and an Arab, both peace activists - are on a speaking tour of the United States. You'll meet them both and hear about the cost of war on Israeli society. Restaurant Perspective - What do you do when your new restaurant that you spent $2 million on gets a ...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; Mustang Airport; airport expansion near bird preserve; cost of war on Israeli society; Israeli peace activists; restaurant reviews affect business; Iron Steaks; Abraham Verghese; Cutting for Stone; 2010 Indies Choice Book Award; David Watts Barton
|People United - September 30, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live about the peace movement, GI and veterans issues, and the Under the Hood Cafe in Killeen, Texas. Alice Embree of Under the Hood Cafe, photographer Alan Pogue of Veterans for Peace, and Jim Turpin of Code Pink Austin spoke in the KOOP Studio in Austin, Texas, with Aaron Hughes of Iraq Veterans Against the War joining the discussion by phone from Killeen.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; peace movement; anti-war movement; GI coffeehouses; Killeen; Texas; Fort Hood; Oleo Strut; Vietnam War; Under the Hood Cafe; war; veterans; soldiers; GIs; civilians; peace activists; US citizens; Iraq; Afghanistan; Veterans for Peace; Iraq Veterans Against the War; Operation Recovery; Code Pink; Vietnam Veterans Against the War; trauma; redeployment; mental health; health care; legal; psychological; counseling; rights; generational; historical; history; current events
|Twit Wit Radio May 04 2014|
Host Berkeley Kid and the cast, with unintelligent design, quantum encription, trans-humanist agenda, genetically modified organisms, gene modifications. natural selection, oligarchs, eugenics, free speech radio, common core curriculum, world's worst charter school teacher, trans-humanism, Carl Sagan, technocrats, common core compliance, peace activists, inattention blindness, human drone project, broadcast eugenics, the NSA, John Lennon, Bill Hicks, community media, adversarial journalism, Pay-...
Keywords: unintelligent design; Kelina Lobo; James King; natural selection; quantum encription; trans-humanist agenda; genetically modified organisms; gene modifications; oligarchs; eugenics; free speech radio; common core curriculum; world's worst charter school teacher; trans-humanism; Carl Sagan; technocrats; common core compliance; peace activists; inattention blindness; human drone project; broadcast eugenics; the NSA; John Lennon; Bill Hicks; community media; adversarial journalism; Pay-Pal; criminal malfeasance; WBAI; Aasha Dev; Zinga One; Kenneth McGee; Kyle Choate; Carol Denney; Lorri Holt; Berkeley Kid; Kurt Reinhardt; Dave Winter-Geezer; George Coates; Bubba Tyrone; Cavett Hughes; KPFA; Pacifica Network; responsible anarchy; Berkeley; Twit Wit; TwitWit; Twit Wit Radio; Twitwit Radio; community radio
|People United - July 9, 2010 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio with war resister Victor Agosto, the Iraq war veteran who refused to deploy to Afghanistan, and filmmaker Catherine Montondo, whose upcoming project documents the experiences and feelings of Americans and Iraqis in US-occupied Iraq, when both guests were in Austin, Texas, for the 2010 national convention of Iraq Veterans Against the War.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Iraq Veterans Against the War; Catherine Motondo; Victor Agosto; Antonia Juhasz; Iraq; Afghanistan; conscientious objector; religion; secular; atheist; atheism; Americans; Iraqis; documentary; Brussels; Belgium; Killeen; Miami; Miami-Dade College; Florida International University; Under the Hood Cafe; Fort Hood; Fort Hood Support Network; Thad Crouch; Fort Benning; Noam Chomsky; Hegemony or Survival; John Pilger; War on Democracy; war; empire; anti-war movement; peace movement; student movement; students; soldiers; veterans; peace activists; democracy; electoral politics; framing; movement building; building movements